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(NECN: Denver, Colo.) - As the hour of Barack Obama's nomination speech drew near, the children of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., said that Obama's nomination was the outcome of 45 years since their father's 'I have a Dream' speech. The Rev. Bernice King and Martin Luther King III spoke to 75,000 people at Invesco Field. Bernice King said "Tonight we witness in part what has become of his dream." And Martin Luther King III said his father would be "proud of Barack Obama, proud of the party that nominated him, and proud of the America that will elect him." But King warned that "realizing his dream is not Barack Obama's job alone. America needs more than a great preisdent to realize my father's dream -- what America need is a great America."